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graduate student accused of conducting a shooting spree in a u.s. movie theater. james holmes faces 142 charges, including murder, attempted murder, and possession of explosives. he is suspected of killing 12 people and wounding 58 in aurora, colorado earlier this month. holmes spoke just once in monday's court appearance. he said, yes, when the judge asked fe understood the charges. they are expected to hone in on his state of mind at the time of the shooting. he was facing psychiatric treatment before the crimes. prosecutors will consult victims' families before deciding whether to demand the death penalty. >>> two of the world's leading tech companies are going head to head over patents. u.s. computer giant, apple, and south korean competitor samsung electronics entered another legal battle over smart phones and tablet computers. jury selection began at the federal courthouse in san jose, california. the firms have fought about 50 similar trials around the world since april of last year. lawyers for apple are asking the court to stop samsung from selling its smart phones and tablet c
to remove the. police have released a photograph of the suspected shooter. he is 24-year-old james holmes, a ph.d. student at the university of denver colorado. >> president barack obama put his reelection campaign on hold friday to focus on the shooting which is the worst in the state since the columbine menaced -- massacre in 1999. >> the movie theater the morning after, deserted except for law enforcement teams investigating the horrific mass murder that played out here just a few hours earlier. evidence of the rampage still visible at the scene. the shooting began shortly after 1:00 a.m. the cinema was back with moviegoers taking in the new batman film. witnesses say the gunman was wearing body armor and a gas mask. he led a small bomb before opening fire. >> inside there were explosions behind me. there was dust, but i thought it was in normal practical joke. fireworks or something. but then i see people starting to leave the theater and smoke behind me. >> the assailant fired steadily, pausing only to reload. he was arrested outside shortly after the attack and has reportedly confes
roesler may be one of the politicians james holmes -- jean-claude juncker had in mind. then mentioned a great departure from the euro is a viable option to the german newspaper credit and jean-claude juncker as saying why does sturman allow itself the luxury of constantly conducting internal politics of questions that have to do with europe? why does germany treat the eurozone like its subsidiary? his statement increases the pressure on germany and the german central bank to change their policy, particularly on whether the ecb should be of the body up government bonds and struggling eurozone members. up to now, both have rejected this idea. >> for more on this, we're joined by john barrick from parliamentary studios. wolfgang scheuble, the german finance minister, has been bristled in the past from getting too much advice from the americans. now he has had his holiday interrupted? what is this about? >> i doubt that they discussed the u.s. industry. we do not know what they discussed actually. there was no press conference. but rumors are rife, as you mentioned, that the eurozone lead
you know who this had and i belong to? sherlock holmes, the famous detective. even he would have had a hard time tracking down the people behind betting frauds. it is next to impossible in our digital age. the culprits can literally be anywhere in the world manipulating sports bets on the internet. today, abetting fraud is considered the biggest threat to sports after doping, and it is something the organizers of london 2012 are taking very seriously. >> there is no doubt about who the big winners in the summer olympics will be -- london's bookmakers. they already handled billions of pounds a year in bets and horse and dog races and soccer matches, but the olympics mean a gambling bonanza. the gambler's just pay and help for the best. he generally 61 services, but he is making an exception for the olympics. >> i see on the box every day, and the people i talk to. in this country, they will be taking in serious money. >> the global betting industry brings in hundreds of billions of euros a year. gamblers bet on every sport and game, down to the smallest decision. it goes on even durin
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